March, 2010

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Chicks Available at Breakneck Hill Farm

Monday, March 15th, 2010

We will have red dorking chicks available at $4.00/ chick unsexed. Dorkings are a beautiful and hardy duel purpose chicken that are great foragers. The red dorking is one of the oldest breeds of chickens in the world. Described by the Roman agricultural writer Columella 2000 years ago, they were brought with Julius Ceasar to Britain where they were named after the town of Dorking in Surrey west of London. call or email:
508-330-7216
paul.bourdon@gtc-bio.com

Red Dorking Cockerel

Red Dorking Cockerel

Breakneck Hill Farm Milking Devon

Monday, March 15th, 2010

 

Clovelly our American Milking Devon

Clovelly our American Milking Devon

Here is a long overdue picture of one of our latest additions.
Her name is Clovelly a rare Milking Devon heifer from the farm of John and Bonnie Hall in Westbrook Ct. Come by and say hi to her.

Pictures at My Southborough

Friday, March 12th, 2010

This blog has been quiet for the winter, but My Southborough has been busy covering all things Southborough, and they visited the Breakneck Hill Conservation land this week and took a few early spring photos.